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With Georgia Highlands College sponsoring Thursday's early morning breakfast, the Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce Adairsville Council's Eggs and Issues breakfast welcomed three GHC students who shared their college experiences.
Here's an inside look at an area home listed for sale by Zillow.com . This home at 1 Sundance Place has 5 beds, 11 baths and 47,000 square feet on 130 acres north of Cartersville.
The Northwest Georgia chapter of the American Red Cross wants the community to come together for its efforts to raise money.
A Cartersville couple said several Rolex watches, pieces of jewelry and a laptop computer were taken from their home while they were away.
During the Cartersville City Board of Education's regular work session on Thursday, Common Core-based Senate Bill 167, which currently aims to eliminate the standards in Georgia, dominated much of the evening's discussion.
Three movie projects filmed in Cartersville will soon come to a screen near you.
With Tellus Science Museum marking several milestones this year, the venue will celebrate with a Block Party April 26. Open to adults ages 21 and older, the event will be held from 7 to 11 p.m. and will feature food trucks, an open bar, an auction, music and games.
The Bartow County Sheriff's Office is inviting the public to learn more about its agency through its upcoming Citizens Academy.
A woman charged in the death of her daughter was denied bond Tuesday in Bartow County Superior Court.
A man wanted for allegedly assaulting and holding a woman captive has turned himself into authorities.
A native of Bartow County, born Oct. 8, 1957, he was the son of the late John D. Hyde and the late Lillian Pauline West Hyde.
Cowboys across the southeast will ride into Cartersville this week as part of the 11th annual Southeastern Cowboy Gathering .
Discoveries by geologists and archaeologists, plus architectural analysis of old archaeological reports, are rapidly changing the understanding of North America's past.
SPECIAL Capturing the 2015 Distinguished Young Woman of Bartow County title Sunday, Sophia Inaba is honored to represent her hometown in the long-standing scholarship program.